Formula 1 News


Renault F1 confident in reliability
January 31, 2015 (16:45) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Although drivers will only be able to use four power units in F1 2015, Renault is optmistic that it has conquered the reliability woes that plagued it last year. More...
Renault admit they are still behind
January 28, 2015 (13:30) [ Indexed from BBC Sport ]
Red Bull's engine supplier Renault admits it might not have closed the performance gap to standard-setting Mercedes. More...
Renault reveal 'fundamental' changes to 2015 power unit
January 28, 2015 (11:45) [ Indexed from ]
Renault say they have achieved a 'fundamental' overhaul of their Formula One power unit ahead of the 2015 season, as they bid to reduce last year's performance deficit to Mercedes. Managing director Cyril Abiteboul said sweeping changes have allowed Renault to make significant progress over the winter in terms of both reliability and performance, with the French manufacturer now targeting upwards of the three victories they scored in 2014 More...
Renault makes 'fundamental changes' to 2015 power unit
January 28, 2015 (11:00) [ Indexed from ]
Renault says it has used the winter to make "fundamental changes" to its power unit ahead of the start of the 2015 season More...
Renault reveals F1 engine refresh for 2015
January 28, 2015 (11:00) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Renault Sport reveals the extent of its changes ahead of the 2015 F1 season as it looks to bridge the gap to the dominant Mercedes. More...
New Renault features new exhaust concept - Rob White
January 28, 2015 (10:15) [ Indexed from ]
Technical Director at Renault Sport F1, Rob White highlights that the company has undertaken numerous structural and technical changes over the winter and revealed the new Renault power unit will feature a different combustion chamber and a new exhaust concept. More...
Renault aims for big gains
January 26, 2015 (23:30) [ Indexed from ]
Renault has set a rather ambitious target: it intends to halve the gap to dominant Mercedes. The French manufacturer will start the season with a heavily-modified power unit. More...
Renault: Five wins the minimum in 2015
January 26, 2015 (09:30) [ Indexed from ]
Renault says it is aiming for a minimum of five wins in 2014 - two more than last year - and thinks it will have halved the deficit to Mercedes by the opener in Australia More...
Renault seeking ?at least five wins? in F1 2015
January 26, 2015 (09:30) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Renault says it has used most of its allocation of power unit upgrade 'tokens' as it heads into the 2015 F1 season targeting at least five race wins. More...
F1 costs will drop - Renault
December 31, 2014 (12:00) [ Indexed from Planet-F1 ]
Renault Sport head of track operations Remi Taffin is confident that the cost of running a F1 team will drop, amidst calls to change engine regulations... More...
Merc-style turbo 'not a major factor' for 2015 success - Renault
December 08, 2014 (13:30) [ Indexed from ]
Renault insists adopting a split-turbo concept similar to Mercedes will not be a major factor in catching up with its rival over the winter More...
Horner: Red Bull, Renault better prepared for 2015
December 07, 2014 (11:30) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Christian Horner says Red Bull and Renault will be better prepared for the 2015 F1 season because it knows the advantage that Mercedes holds More...
F1: Renault encouraged by overall 2014 progress
December 05, 2014 (16:00) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Renault Sport F1 managing director Cyril Abiteboul is encouraged 2015 will be a much stronger year due to the overall improvements made with the power unit this season More...
Renault F1 has huge job list for 2015
December 03, 2014 (14:00) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Renault Sport F1 managing director Cyril Abiteboul says the engine manufacturer has a huge job list ahead of the 2015 F1 season More...
Wolff rubbishes Renault quit fear
November 30, 2014 (09:45) [ Indexed from Planet-F1 ]
Toto Wolff has responded to Christian Horner's quit threat, adamant Renault won't walk away from F1 if the sport sticks with the 1.6-litre V6 engines... More...
Mercedes more defined than Renault F1 engine
November 11, 2014 (16:30) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Lotus technical director Nick Chester says the design of the team s new car is being helped by Mercedes having a more defined programme than Renault More...
Renault committed to sixth F1 power units
October 01, 2014 (16:00) [ Indexed from Crash.Net ]
Renault has committed itself to using six F1 power units in some cars this season - resulting in penalties - as it seeks reliability in the final five races More...
Renault prepared for engine penalties
October 01, 2014 (10:45) [ Indexed from ]
Renault says it is "fully committed" to introducing a sixth power unit to its cars with many on the verge of incurring grid penalties More...
Taffin: Renault ready for engine penalties
September 30, 2014 (16:45) [ Indexed from ]
With many of the Renault-powered drivers on or near the limit of five engines for the season, the French power unit suppliers say they are now "committed" to introducing a sixth unit where required, despite the resulting grid penalties. The 2014 power units comprise six separate elements, of which five of each are available to each driver per season before they are penalised More...
Marko expecting improved Renault
September 25, 2014 (16:45) [ Indexed from Sky Sports ]
Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko has pinpointed the start of the 2015 European season as the time where the team can expect to have a “really competitive power unit” from suppliers Renault, amid the increasing of integration levels between the two parties. More...

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